Tim Hortons Menu Prices

Tim Hortons is a Canadian fast-casual restaurant best known for its coffee. Although coffee is their main specialty, Tim Hortons has expanded their menu to include many other food items, such as sandwiches, bread, salads, breakfast items, and much more. Since it is a fast-casual restaurant, Tim Hortons menu prices are much pricier than regular fast-food restaurants.

A Tim Hortons restaurant is brightly illuminated at night.

Tim Hortons was founded in 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, by Tim Horton and Ron Joyce. Although it primarily serves Canada, it has many locations worldwide. Tim Hortons has over 4,000 locations today.

Tim Hortons menu is quite extensive, however, not all items are available at every location. You can also learn more about the nutritional value of the Tim Hortons menu items.

Tim Hortons Menu Prices

A Tim Hortons interior with affordable menu options.

Important: the prices below were collected for a Tim Hortons location in New York on September 12, 2023. Your local prices will be different. Please refer to our editorial policy to learn how we collect and verify prices.

Popular Items

Original Blend Coffee $2.48
Iced Coffee $3.18
Bagels $2.41
Sausage Breakfast Sandwich $4.55
OREO® Iced Capp $4.61
French Vanilla $2.85
Supreme Caramel Iced Capp $4.61
Bacon Bagel Breakfast Sandwich $5.17
Bacon Breakfast Sandwich $4.55
Grilled Breakfast Wrap $3.89

Hot Drinks

Supreme Caramel Iced Capp $4.61
Bacon Bagel Breakfast Sandwich $5.17
Bacon Breakfast Sandwich $4.55
Grilled Breakfast Wrap $3.89
Original Blend Coffee $2.48
Take 12 $25.29
French Vanilla $2.85
Specialty Tea - Small & Medium $2.96
Maple Cinnamon Sugar Latte $4.67
Hot Chocolate $2.85
Dark Roast Coffee $2.48
Pumpkin Spice Latte $4.39
Steeped Tea $2.48
Cappuccino $3.45
Coffee Mocha $2.85
Mocha Latte $4.61
Vanilla Almond Milk Latte $4.61
Decaf Coffee $2.48
Latte $4.39
Espresso Shot $1.82
Americano $3.18
Vanilla Latte $4.61
Caramel Latte$4.61
Americano $3.18
Vanilla Latte $4.61
Caramel Latte $4.61

Cold Drinks

Iced Coffee $3.18
OREO® Iced Capp $4.61
Supreme Caramel Iced Capp $4.61
Pumpkin Spice Iced Capp $4.61
Mocha Iced Capp $4.39
Sky’s the Limit TimsBoost with Red Bull $5.49
Frozen Hot Chocolate $5.05
Strawberry Frozen Lemonade $3.84
Sunrise Sunset TimsBoost with Red Bull $5.49
Watermelon Refresher $3.30
Mixed Berry Fruit Smoothie $3.95
Vanilla Cream Cold Brew $4.39
Original Iced Capp® $4.06
Spiced Apple Cranberry Refresher $2.74
Maple Cinnamon Sugar Iced Latte $4.28
Iced Capp® Light $4.06
Iced Vanilla Latte $3.84
Bottled Orange Juice $2.74
Mocha Iced Coffee $3.73
Iced Caramel Macchiato $3.84
Half & Half Lemonade Iced Tea $2.63
Vanilla Iced Coffee $3.73
Apple Juice $2.74
Pumpkin Spice Iced Latte $3.62
Frozen Lemonade $3.84
Original Lemonade $3.18
Fanta Orange $2.93
Chocolate Milk $2.74
Iced Caramel Latte $3.84
Strawberry Lemonade $3.40
Vanilla Almond Milk Iced Latte $3.84
Vanilla Almond Milk Iced Coffee $3.73
Original Cold Brew $4.28
Iced Latte $3.62
Iced Mocha Latte $3.84
Milk $2.74
Bottled Water $2.74
Caramel Iced Coffee $3.73
Caramel Cold Brew with Cold Foam $4.61
Mocha Cold Brew with Cold Foam $5.16
Maple Cinnamon Sugar Cold Brew with Cold Foam $4.55
Peach Coconut Refresher $2.99
Vanilla Iced Espresso $4.91
Mocha Iced Espresso $4.91
Caramel Iced Espresso $4.91
Maple Cinn Sugar Iced Espresso $4.91
Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew$4.17

Baked Goods

Donut Multi-Pack $9.34
Bagels $2.41
Chocolate Chip Muffins $2.41
Muffin Multi-Pack $15.39
Boston Cream Donuts $1.75
Wild Blueberry Muffins $2.41
Vanilla Dip Donuts $1.75
Apple Fritter Donuts $1.75
Honey Dip Donuts $1.75
Pumpkin Spice Donuts $1.75
Honey Cruller Donuts $1.75
Croissant $2.52
Chocolate Glazed Donuts $1.75
Chocolate Chunk Cookies $1.64
Vanilla Cream Donuts $1.75
Chocolate Dip Donuts $1.75
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies $1.64
Sour Cream Glazed Donuts $1.75
Old Fashion Plain Donuts $1.75
Old Fashioned Glazed Donuts $1.75
Fruit Explosion Muffins $2.41
Pumpkin Spice Muffins $2.41
Blueberry Timbit Timbits® $0.54
Chocolate Glazed Timbits® $0.54
Honey Dip Timbits® $0.54
Birthday Cake Timbits® $0.54
Bulk Bagels $12.09
Cookie Multi-Pack $9.64


Sausage Breakfast Sandwich $4.55
Bagel B.E.L.T.® $4.94
Bacon Breakfast Sandwich $4.55
Bacon Bagel Breakfast Sandwich $5.17
Cheesy Brioche Breakfast Sandwich $6.55
Honey Butter & Ham Brioche Breakfast Sandwich $6.55
Grilled Breakfast Wrap $3.89
Breakfast Wrap Snacker $2.63
Loaded Breakfast Wrap $5.60
Sausage Bagel Breakfast Sandwich $4.99
Egg & Cheese Breakfast Sandwich $3.78
Egg & Cheese Bagel Breakfast Sandwich $4.11
Simply Bacon $3.29
Chipotle Brioche Breakfast Sandwich $6.55

Lunch & Dinner

Turkey Bacon Club $7.69
BLT Sandwich $6.37
Chicken Panini $6.37
Tuna Salad Sandwich $3.84
Chipotle Steak Wrap $6.37
Chicken Salad Sandwich $5.38
Grilled Cheese Panini $4.39
Chipotle Chicken Bacon Wrap $6.37
Avocado Toast $4.39
Kettle Chips$1.97

Tim Hortons Nutritional and Allergen Information

Our nutritional and allergen information on the Time Hortons menu items is your go-to resource for making educated choices based on the nutritional and allergen data. Whether you have unique dietary needs or simply want to be conscious about the food and beverages on the menu, our comprehensive data will provide you with the information you need.


Tim Hortons FAQ

Tim Hortons FAQ

Does Tim Hortons have healthy sandwiches?

Tim Hortons does have healthy sandwiches. Try their breakfast sandwiches with their whole-wheat English muffin. 

What milk does Tim Hortons use?

Tim Hortons uses almond milk in most of their beverages. 

What milk does Tim Hortons use

What is a healthy breakfast item at Tim Hortons?

A healthy breakfast item at Tim Hortons is their vanilla greek yogurt, and it includes mixed berries and almond granola. 

Does Tim Hortons serve breakfast all day?

Tim Hortons serves breakfast all day. You can verify it at any location near you.

Tim Hortons serve breakfast

Which are the healthiest bagels at Tim Hortons?

There are a couple of healthy bagels at Tim Hortons. Just to mention a few, they are:

  • Roasted Garlic & Cheese Bagel
  • Jalapeno Asiago Mozzarella Bagel

What is the most famous bagel at Tim Hortons?

The most famous bagel at Tim Hortons is the bagel B.E.L.T.

What’s included in the bagel B.E.L.T?

The bagel B.E.L.T consists of bacon, eggs, lettuce, tomato, and cheese.

Tim Hortons Recipes

Our Tim Hortons copycat recipes are a delicious way to recreate the unique flavors of this beloved Canadian coffee shop in the comfort of your own home. These recipes make it easy to experience the tastes of Tim Hortons without the need to venture out.

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    This is a complaint!! I have been going to Tim Hortons in our town of PERTH – ANDOVER, New Brunswick, Canada for well over a year now, and the price for what I order has always varied. It’s never been the same from one day to the next. I have never said anything until now because, the price has never exceeded $4.35, and I didn’t have a problem with that, mainly because I figured a large triple triple coffee and two muffins were worth it. Now, they hired a new girl at one of the cash outs, and she has jumped the price up to $4.70, now that is an extreme jump wouldn’t you say?? This has happened twice, and I picked her up on it both times. Monday of this week which would have been June the 31st I believe, and today Friday July 4th. I asked her if something went up in price, and she said no and asked why. I very politely answered that I had never been charged that price before, and it seemed very high in price all too quickly. It was the same person and the same price. So I asked her if I was getting the refill price on the coffee, she yes. But I was informed by a customer that they were doing the same thing to him so he quit bringing his own Tim Hortons cup, and just started getting his coffee in the cup provided right there. So if the refill is going to be more than the first cup then I will not use my Tim Hortons cups anymore. But they need too set a price and stay with it, not go from $4.00 to $4.70 just because they feel like it. If the $4.70 is right, then why do all the rest of the girls charge 35 cents less?? Somebody is wrong and it’s not me!!!

    1. EldonNeedsToRelax says:

      If minor mistakes by young people bother you THIS much……maybe stay home.

      Wonder if ELDON is the male KAREN?

      1. They have a legit complaint and can express it any way they like. If YOU don’t like that, tough…..

    2. I think each franchise does what they want. I paid 2.50 each for “specialty” muffins and asked about it the next time I was there. she said $2.10 for a chocolate chip one and $2.50 for their “Specialty” muffins. I can pay that for fresh at a bakery and will do so from now on.

  2. Where’re Tims famous Donuts and Timbits?

  3. Lowe’s, thanks for your thoughtful and insightful comments. Congratulations on your successful completion of the 2nd grade. You are…what now…17 years old.

  4. I find it funny how Tim Hortins started off as a coffee and homemade doughnut right in the shop. They always had the best doughnut and great coffee. Years later they still have not bad coffee but the doughnut are no long good and they don’t cook them in store anymore. The menu has grown along with their prices. I wonder as time goes on will they even be serving any coffee or doughnut… Only time will tell.

  5. KahuLahola-King says:

    Tim Horton’s is a rip off. We Canadians just nod smile and get overcharged. It’s gotten so bad that Neo-Cons are gaining significant political capital by promoting simple cost regulation measures in a free market environment such as cell contracts, consumer right to a greater variety of product and retailer to enhance compitition.. all the mean while they want to reduce the efficacy of labour movements, certain rights under the charter, alienation of immigrants while allowing international contractors to do local jobs… it starts with Tim Hortons folks… if you can speak your mind about a cup of Non-fair trade coffee and it’s ridiculiouse price..you can start to have hope to stand up for Canada..no one expects a ‘Trudough’ out of you.. but a simple bark in the right direction and the sheep shall follow…God willing.

  6. I find these prices a bit high even after tax. An XL coffee is only $2.10 CAD after tax at all locations I have ever been to. I live in Kitchener Ontario and work at one of the locations near my school.
    and for those who don’t know the dough nut price it is $1.05 CAD after tax.

    It would not surprise me if prices in some places are higher due to shipping fees. My location is very close to 1 of the distribution centers.

    1. We pay $2.57 for an XXL and $1.59 for a dounut, so your prices aren’t bad.

  7. tom dick harry says:

    I bough 6 donuts and I feel that I got overcharged! I had no rebate for buying 6. I paid the regular price as if I would have bought them individually. I’m trying to find the price of 6 donuts and I can’t seem to be able to find it. not even on the store board? I got discouraged and stopped trying. Next time I’ll only buy 2 and stop thinking that I will get a rebate if I buy 6.
    They seem to have gotten quite successful by hiring incompetent labour at minimum wage.

  8. The food is just awful, last time I went I ordered a big bowl of broccoli soup that was advertised as coming WITH a side of bread… I’m thinking i’ll get a thick slice of toasted, buttery bread…but my slice of bread consisted of 3 packs of saltine crackers. I was honestly furious, I mean here’s a so called bakery that can’t even give you a real piece of bread? The soup was blander than water. It was such a bad experience that I have decided I will never order food from their establishment ever again.

    1. I work at Tim Hortons.. You are offered a half whole weat or white bun with your soup. Crackers are also offered. They should’ve asked you, there’s no extra charge for bread choice, most people choose to not get any. Next time you go in, just say “I’d like wheat bread with that” and you’ll get it.

      1. How much is a medium frozen lemonade at tim hortons cost

  9. CAN I JUST SAY that I work at Tim Hortons and we don’t make ANY of that that is on the menu. And those prices are WAY too high.
    Small coffee – $1.48
    Medium coffee – $1.70
    Large coffee – $1.91
    X Large coffee – $2.12
    All after taxes. We don’t serve quesadillas, cakes, pies or anything like that. We serve donuts, timbits, (10 pack is $1.99, 20 pack is $3.79, 40 pack is $6.99), coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, iced cappuccinos, iced lattes, iced coffee, hot tea, iced tea, soda, soup, yogurt, an assortment of cold prepackaged beverages such as Gatorade, nesquik chocolate and white milk, propel waters, bottled water, orange juice and apple juice. We also serve Danishes, crossaunts, muffins, and many different bagels. We have apple cider and hot chocolate. And we offer free flavor shots in any beverages. Our smoothies are only available in strawberry banana and pineapple orange. All of our lunch sandwiches are under $5 unless you get a combo and our breakfast sandwiches usually are around $2.50. WE DO NOT SELL SEAFOOD. Most of those lunch sandwiches that are posted are completely made up, along with everything else. Also, our espresso is 50 cents a shot.
    Whoever wrote this, needs to get educated.

  10. 6 & 12 pack prices for specialty bagels not listed,why not???

  11. Yes they are create their price too high, they are making people fool

  12. Drinks are way to small especially for the price! Why by donuts for them outrageous prices when they are so small especially when I can drive up the road and get bigger and the best at cheaper cost? Other food is acceptable, just to costly. The prices on their Chili!?%% Might change my mind if it were decent enough but the taste, well I suppose I would feed it to my hogs. My whole family stopped going there and only go in a coffee emergency before going to work! Than to top it off they sale their company to Burger King. Now that is just wrong in so many ways!

  13. What’s with the new soup deal? Soup, half a roll (not cut, ripped by someone’s two hands!) & coffee. Half a bun? Ripped, not cut?
    That’s it for Tims!

  14. My mom went to tim horton and got a soup when we get home she vomits I wonder why????

  15. where’s the canadian prices?

  16. canadian ice cap price?

  17. Matt Grace says:

    Tim hortens has prices higher then god.

  18. Shawn Bates says:

    The prices fir got chocolate is way to high like it’s highway robbery like you guys need to lower the prices on hot chocolate since all it is hot water and got chocolate powder


    1. NO i work here to and most of the prices are right

  20. Lynn S Pitman says:

    My problem with Tim Hortons is the cap on top of the coffee cup!! They don’t fit on tightly. They need to reconstruct them so the tops fit securely. Please!!!! For that reason I’m not returning to Tim Hortons. My favorite coffee too….oh well…

  21. karen banks says:

    I was told by a girl who worked at Tim Hortons that they put the wrong prices in on purpose to see if people will say anything. Canadians have a tendency to not want to cause a fuss, so they put up with it, for a while anyway. If they are like me, they put up with it a few times and then stop going to the offending business.

  22. None of your beeswax says:

    where’s the caramel iced Capp

  23. Personally I love Tim Hortons coffee. You get what you pay for. If you want a coffee for a buck go to McDonalds and you will get the same quality as what your paying !!

    1. McDonald’s coffee is actually good

  24. Guys complaining too much. Why not make your own coffee and your own donut and sandwich at home. PERIOD!!!!!

    1. Why should it cost so much if it’s that simple not like it’s a gourmet coffee place at this point it’s low end why should it be so expensive

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  31. Gary Oldfield says:

    I deal with Hortons on woodlawn and the food has been good coffee not too bad and thevgirls all call me by name when i go there If I got to the drivethru theres always a couple of the girls there waving to me and yelling my name makes me feel welcome. Thanks Hortons.

  32. The car line up was so long I decided to get my order inside. I asked if the lattes and specialty coffees were still on. The cashier didn’t think so. Placed my order, and while waiting I noticed on the menu board that they still were. I brought that to her attention and she couldn’t do anything without her manager’s approval. After waiting a very long time the manager came out, checked the menu board along with her staff, handed her staff the difference in cash and walked off without an apology, a smile or anything. I mentioned that the $2.00 lattes were medium. She said she would change it if I wanted. After waiting 10 to 15 minutes for this transaction which was suppose to save me time, I just wanted to get out of there, I said no. Also I ordered a 10 Tim it pack and was charged $3.19 not $1.99.
    All I know is that experience really turned me off on Tim Hortons and it will be a very long time that I’ll be back.

  33. Reply to EldonNeedsToRelax. Are you kidding me? He should complain. I’m tired of being ripped off by these ‘young’ people who don’t know their job. We are paying their salaries by purchasing their products. If you can’t learn the job then give it to someone who really understands customer service. Today, I returned an iced coffee which tasted like sugarless strong coffee. I returned it and asked for a ‘real’ iced coffee. The young person who served me said she made it according to standard. That’s bullshit because I’ve had iced coffee from many Tim’s in the city and none of them tasted like hers. She said with a smirk that the only thing she could do was make another one. She did and it was exactly the same as the 1st one. I drove the my usual Tim’s about a mile down the street and ordered an iced coffee…yum. Then I went back to the Young person and a fellow rushed to the cash and I showed him the 2 coffees. The real one was a creamy colour, the other a dark brown. I explained everything to him, He said he would make me one….he did and it was ‘real’. I asked him to show the privileged young girl how to make it and he said he would. It was close to closing time so I ordered 2 blueberry muffins. He gave them to me and charged me $4.95. I give up on this Tim’s and thank God there are other Tim’s nearby that serve you with a smile and show consideration!!!

  34. Just paid over $13 for 4 bagels with nothing done to them and a large coffee. Absolutely ridiculous!

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